In case you hadn't heard, Duke freshman Justise Winslow is pretty athletic. So athletic, in fact, that he can high-jump over opponents to block their shots, as happened tonight against Stanford in the Coaches vs. Cancer championship game. Sure, it was all for naught as the player had already been fouled, but this belongs on the highlight reel anyway. Read more...
Oregon football coach Mark Helfrich wanted to know what high school students thought about quarterback Marcus Mariota's draft status, but he may not have realized how important the decision was to everyone. A student from O'Hara Catholic...Show More Summary
John Calipari is a legend in the world of coaching basketball, and he always has a lot on his mind. The University of Kentucky men’s basketball head coach has to constantly learn the names of new players and plays and sets, but he always...Show More Summary
A kid got to ask coach Mark Helfrich a question at his press conference today. It went very well. A student at O'Hara Catholic School, a Eugene school that goes from preschool to eighth grade, had the opportunity to ask Mark Helfrich...Show More Summary
"He ain't ever coached." One of college football's silliest arguments revolves around the decision of many SEC schools to schedule FCS teams in November, rather than the usual late August/early September games played by most FBS programs. Show More Summary
After taking care of business Friday at the Coaches vs. Cancer Classic, Duke and Stanford are set for a showdown at Barclays Center. The game is set to tip at 9:30 p.m. ET. The fourth-ranked Blue Devils defeated Temple by 20 points three...Show More Summary
With the University of Maryland trailing 16-9 to Michigan at the start of the fourth quarter, the Terrapins scored two late touchdowns to cap off a thrilling 23-16 win in The Big House. Maryland coach Randy Edsall was so thrilled that he chucked his headset into the air in celebration. Show More Summary
The Bills are planning on having their elder statesman in the lineup against the Jets. Tailback Fred Jackson (groin) is expected to play in Monday night’s game in Detroit, Bills coach Doug Marrone said Saturday, according to Mike Rodak of ESPN.com. Jackson was listed as questionable on the club’s Friday injury report. The 33-year-old Jackson…
How do you celebrate defeating Michigan? Throw electronics around! NO COACH THOSE ARE EXPENSIVE! Randy Edsall was understandably excited after Maryland defeated Michigan, but throwing your headphones in the air might not be the best thing to. Someone just missed making a good catch though.
Could this be the job that finally gets the Oklahoma State alum out of Stillwater? Oklahoma State head coach Mike Gundy may be a serious contender for the Florida job after all. Gundy is 'pursuing' the position in Gainesville, Ryan Bartow...Show More Summary
Bo Pelini has been here before. In fact, this November feels eerily similar to last November for the University of Nebraska head coach. As a result, Pelini is now being placed firmly back on the hot seat. Should he be there, though? That's the million-dollar question. The easy answer would be yes. Show More Summary
The Rockets center will miss his second-straight game and his return is still in question. Houston Rockets center Dwight Howard's strained right knee will cause him to miss Houston's game on Saturday and Rockets head coach Kevin McHale...Show More Summary
Arkansas quarterback Brandon Allen left Saturday's game against Mississippi after 10 pass attempts and was ruled out for the remainder of the contest. According to head coach Bret Bielema, via ESPN's Brett McMurphy, Allen has a softShow More Summary
David Moyes’ introduction into Spanish football was spicy. Having joined Real Sociedad after being fired from his last job at Manchester United, Moyes started his La Liga career with an away match against Deportivo La Coruna. Early in the match Depor’s fitness began getting rowdy on the sidelines as he made a beeline for the […]
Ah, yes, the sweet sounds,” says Rich Conklin, a gruff, gray-haired football coach listening to the whir of rewinding ribbon from his VCR.
Tiger Woods, who plans to return to competition in less than two weeks after a three-month absence, said on Saturday that he is working with a new coach, Chris Como, on his swing.
Tiger replaces Sean Foley with little-known Chris Como, who has become Woods’ fourth swing coach since he turned professional. Tiger Woods will return to competitive golf in a week and a half with a new swing coach in tow. Woods announced...Show More Summary
Good ol' cursin' Bo Pelini left a wad of saliva on this guy's face. He didn't seem too happy about it. Read more...
Nothing like news to warm your wintery Saturday.
Kentucky Wildcats head coach John Calipari posted this picture of his daughter on Saturday to wish her a happy 25th birthday. The only problem was that it wasn't her birthday. Megan Calipari responded and let her dad know that her birthday was actually the next day. Show More Summary